The launch of the all-new Hyundai Tucson is nearing and real-life images of the production-spec model are doing the rounds on the internet.
The all-new Hyundai Tucson is gearing up for launch on July 13 and we have the first real-life video of the flagship SUV. Hyundai is in the midst of updating almost its entire portfolio of products in India since the end of last year. The recent addition to this list is the Venue compact SUV. There are also reports that the Creta is about to get an upgrade and the Tucson has already arrived. Let’s take a look at what the new-age Tucson brings with it in terms of exterior styling.
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This video has been posted by CeramicProLuckno on Instagram. The flagship SUV will soon be gearing up for a local launch event. Still, we can clearly see the latest design pattern which has been taken from the international model. At the front, the Tucson comes with the trademark parametric grille that is finished in dark chrome, LED DRLs seamlessly integrated into the design pattern, the headlamps are located on the bumper below, and a bold chrome/silver stripe runs along . The width of the SUV above the skid plate.
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The side profile is dominated by strong side skirting with one ton feature creases, square wheel arches, dual-tone machined alloy wheels, chrome garnish over the windows, flowing roof effect. The rear end is quite attractive and has a wraparound appearance with a sleek light bar running the width of the SUV connecting the LED taillamps, utilitarian roof rails, a shark fin antenna, an integrated roof spoiler and skid plates. The rear complements the typical SUV stance.
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While there has been no official confirmation, it is most likely that the new Hyundai Tucson will be powered by a 2.0-litre CRDi turbo diesel engine that produces a healthy 185 PS and 400 Nm and a 2.0-litre petrol engine that powers the Alcazar as well. provides power. Develops 159 PS and 191 Nm of peak power and torque. As far as transmission options are concerned, the petrol variant could come with a 6-speed automatic and the diesel variant could come with an 8-speed automatic gearbox. The current-gen Tucson price ranges between Rs 22.69 Lakh to Rs 27.47 Lakh, ex-showroom. The upcoming version will command a premium at these prices.
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